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11-20-2012 06:08 PM
GreyDragon Docmeter snowboard gloves.
Single or double sided.
Undoubtedly the best protection in a snowboard glove.
Dare I say "hands down"? LOL!
11-20-2012 05:46 PM
deminimis Thanks. Looked at Level before I pulled the trigger. Usually I'll spend whatever it takes for protective gear, but after getting all new gear for me (how I miss the days of pro deals), passes for the whole damn fam, planks and boots for those tail wankers, new mountain-worthy tires for my truck (6), I'm tapped. The Protec guards are of a similar design philosophy as my old Kombis which worked fine. Probably not as fine as Level's Biomex, but that will have to wait until next season now.
11-20-2012 05:08 PM
lonerider
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Originally Posted by KIRKRIDER View Post
After 2 seasons the still hold up well...beside the spikes on the fongers that broke off leaving a nice hole. Still love them.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/equ...-pipe-pro.html
That's what you get for paying extra to pretend you are Mad Max

I have the regular Level Halfpipe Mitts and my friends have a couple pairs of the Level Halfpipe Gloves. My wife has a pair of the Level Butterfly Mitts.
11-20-2012 04:58 PM
KIRKRIDER After 2 seasons the still hold up well...beside the spikes on the fongers that broke off leaving a nice hole. Still love them.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/equ...-pipe-pro.html
11-20-2012 04:28 PM
lonerider
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Originally Posted by deminimis View Post
Thanks for the help. I decided to grab a pair on Baker gloves (no support) and a pair of Protec supports. Now, just waiting for more snow.
Another option (if you haven't purchased) is Level Gloves, which come with in integrated (but removable) wristguard. I've been using them for 6 years and have converted 4 other people in my snowboarding group to them. In my opinion (and from my experience) the Level wristguard design is better than old-school guard like the Protec you were looking at.

Before that I was using Glomming Gear No Gomer over the glove wristguards, but they went out of business a decade ago (were bought out, and then the parent company stopped making the product).
11-20-2012 12:33 PM
deminimis Thanks for the help. I decided to grab a pair on Baker gloves (no support) and a pair of Protec supports. Now, just waiting for more snow.
11-08-2012 12:35 PM
Lamps Burton makes two - Support glove, and Impact Glove

I really like the impact glove, I buy new ones from time to time as they wear out after a season or two. For max warmth wear a silk underglove or similar very light glove in combination - only needed on really cold days.
11-08-2012 12:23 PM
deminimis Thanks guys.
11-08-2012 12:11 PM
phony_stark Shop snowboard gloves with wrist guards, including Level gloves, the top protective snowboard glove on the market: In stock, free shipping

Snowboarding Wrist Guards, Seirus Gloves, Wrist Protection | Campmor

I heard the skeletons ones a dope and cost effective.
11-08-2012 12:05 PM
cnesta Burton made a glove a year or so back I have a pair with wrist supports in them
I think it might have been called the baker glove not sure try to find the they work great
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